A level

A level
noun
(abbreviation Advanced level) (in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) A levels, A level exams baccalauréat m;
he teaches A level physics il est professeur de physique en terminale;
he has an A level in Maths il a un diplôme de maths niveau bac;
to take one's A levels passer son bac
A LEVEL Cet examen, qui ouvre l'accès aux études supérieures en Grande-Bretagne, est beaucoup plus spécialisé que le baccalauréat français; il ne comprend que deux ou trois matières (exceptionnellement quatre). D'autre part, les mentions sont très importantes pour pouvoir choisir l'université où l'on souhaite faire ses études.

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